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Dec 8, 2011 1:00pm PST
quote it was over. had obama said we're going to help you. we want 50% of your oil. they would have said absolutely, 100%. why wouldn't he do it? you said he would never do it. >> no, if -- >> is obama stupid? why would he never do that? >> because it goes against international law. >> first, there's a revolution. why wouldn't obama say we want 50% of your oil and we will help you. >> you think obama would do that? >> why wouldn't he? do you think he's stupid, wolf? >> no, he's a very intelligent guy. he comes from a different background than you do. you're a business guy. the full interview is coming up, but let's get reaction to what we just heard from congressman debbie wasserman schultz, also the chairwoman of the democratic national committee. he basically thinks the president of the united states in handling libya and beyond
Dec 4, 2011 11:30am EST
scranton! >> traveling man and incumbent presidential candidate barack obama was on the road this week scranton, pennsylvania. mr. obama hit the road to whip up support for a cut in payroll taxes that funds social security and medicare. but the scranton trip was widely regarded as a de facto campaign stop. pennsylvania is one of the 12 battleground states that are pivotal to winning the white house in 2012. pennsylvania, nevada, colorado, new mexico, iowa, wisconsin, michigan, ohio, ida, and new hampshire. why are those 12 states so important? all 12 are battlegrounds, which could go either to president obama or his republican challenger. since september, mr. in the state of california -- e diego, los angeles. those 12 battleground states and california collectively have 206 electoral college votes. nearly all of the 270 electoral college votes needed to win the presidency. in other words, the electoral college trumps the popular vote, meaning you could lose the popular vote and still win the presidency! this happened 11 years ago, when the presidential race between george w.
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Dec 7, 2011 6:00pm PST
, thanks. >> first of all, what do you make of that poll? in head it head it seems obama is a little closer but i think this is a little more realistic, which may go against some historical polling evidence and observations. what are your thoughts? >> well, i'm very encouraged by those poll numbers. too bad we don't have some dude running named gop candidateel and be on top. and hope they can bring out what he represents and what obama represents. the socialist policies that are bankrupting this policy. we have to make sure the candidate that emerges from the primary understand that we want passion, that we want fiery, not just rhetoric, but solutions that are proposed and experiences been expressed to make sure that we undo what obama has done to this country. >> and jay carney, by the way, says the white house is not very focused on the republican race. do you buy that? >> no. you know, a lot of republicans live in jay carney's and barack obama's minds free of charge. it's interesting to live there rent free and kind of put some pressure on them as we go forward in talking about the chang
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Dec 29, 2011 2:00am PST
election the big question on republican voters' minds is who can defeat president obama. front runners, romney, gingrich and ron paul bring their strengths and weaknesses and second tier candidates that are looking to break through. michele bachmann, to jon huntsman to rick perry. political insiders are going to break down some of the general election match-ups. joining me is kirsten powers and angela mclauren. kirsten, who do the democrats fear most next november? >> without a doubt romney. i think romney can appeal to independents. he can appeal to moderate voters. if any of the other candidates are too polarizing. they won't appeal to the way romney is. >> mark: so the democrats would be looking for someone to come out of iowa or new hampshire to deliver a kraz for the nomination. >> a crazy one but i hope it's not ron paul. mitt romney does very well against barack obama. having said that, he has to win the nomination. it's been a anti-vote for cain, gingrich and paul. i don't know how he is going to do in the south. he has the organization and he has the money. >> mark: the thing
Dec 11, 2011 9:15am EST
at the inner workings of the obama administration and its handling of the economic crisis. this is a little over an hour. [applause] >> well, it sure is good to be here in harvard or square. i, um, it's kind of nice to get out of washington these days. um, the white house's reaction to the book was vigorous -- [laughter] so my trip here tonight's being sponsored by the witness relocation program. [laughter] no one will find him in harvard square, that's for sure. i used to live up here. we live, my wife -- who's here -- our kids were born here. um, all those key moments of life unfolding happened here in harvard square, many of them we trolled the books -- i guess there are fewer bookstores than there were 20 years ago, i'm sorry to hear that, but sure this is one robust place here, isn't it? what i'm going to do is i, being in a bookstore and in this intellectual capital, i'm actually going to read a few little portions of the book which is something i don't do all that much, and i certainly don't do it on cable television in my four minutes of screaming. i'm mostly being screamed at. but
Dec 5, 2011 12:00am PST
in infamy. now is iran the biggest threat facing barack obama and the rest world. i'm andrea mitchell in for chris matthews today and welcome to the show. with us today, joe klein with "time magazine," gillian tett with the "financial times," the "new york times," helen cooper and john heilemann, "new york magazine." for weeks, we have witnessed the rise and fall of the un-romney, the bachmanns, the canes and the perrys and now, newt gingrich. no one predicted this. even though they've focused on beating barack obama, the g.o.p. far right seems to want beginningerish. some analysts say that the hard right sees in newt's tough talk another barry goldwater. >> in this free nation, we do not choose to be ruled, we elect to be governed. >> and the right does seem to think that gingrich is one of them. he was a conservative hero of the 1994 contract with america which swept him to the speakership. but there is another side of the newt ledger. he was once pro choice, saw evidence of climate change, was outspoken against big cuts to medicare, all of which is confounding to mitt romney, the g
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Dec 14, 2011 7:00pm PST
to conservative americans? >> obama. everything obama. that is the most conservative issue to conservative americans. i don't know how you separate obama from the policy. obama is the policy. obama is problem. obama has a vision of this country, but is not held by anywhere near majority of people. do you realize that barack obama had run for office in 2008, campaigning on what he has done. would haven't got 30% the vote. if that. which is commemorate with how liberals have to run. they have to lie and mischaracterize who they are, what they want to do, what they stand for. they are a minority in the country, minority that fought. but they are not received that way. they have the main stream media with them. perception is they are a much larger bloc than they really are. but if you had to single out one thing about obama, it would be obama care. that sums up everything that is disastrous, dangerous. destructive about barack obama. if that healthcare bill is not reformed, repealed, the country will change forever in ways people cannot imagine. it will be a massive loss of the individual libe
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Dec 9, 2011 6:00pm PST
approaching. for many of barack obama's supporters is to he radio mind him about his accomplishments. so what's left? how can a president, like president obama, mount a credible re-election effort? according to charles, this week we got a preview of the administration strategy, and that is class warfare. divide americans at any cost, pitting the heartless witch against the courageous working class and on tuesday the president called on all those greedy 1%ers to start paying their fair share. >> i believe this country succeeds when everyone gets a fair shot. when everyone does their fair share. market only works when there are rules of the road that ensures competition is fair. we are greater together when everyone engages in fair play and everybody gets a fair shot and everybody does their fair share. a tax code that makes sure everybody gets a fair shot. a fair shot, a fair share will require all of us to see that we have a stake in each other's success. >> that was charles pointed out this week. and he sounded more like hugo chavez, charles said. enjoying me now fox news contributor, the on
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Dec 28, 2011 6:00pm PST
contenders to the man he hopes to face in the general election, president obama. here is what he had to say on fox and friends. >> my message is out there loud and clear. i want people to recognize this, this is not just an election about replacing a president. it's about the soul of america. is the president going to turn us into entitlement society like europe or are we going to have merit society and opportunity society that is the hope of earth and the hope the people of country. i represent the latter. i think it's a classic opportunity >> jamie: he continues to poll in the top of field and his lead in new hampshire has increased in recent days. some are calling new hampshire. here a view from the ground in granite state is new hampshire senator my very own senator and romney campaign supporter kelly. great to have you you with us. >> thank you, mark. >> mark: you have been on a bus tour with mitt romney, what is with him? >> he had overflow crowds and enthusiasm for his candidacy. he is really resonating with new hampshire voters. he is working very hard and he is having the tradition
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Dec 16, 2011 9:00pm PST
for based upon who can beat barack obama. that is the objective that they ought to all be focused on. now, given those attacks that you highlighted, some people overlacked the fact that he made some very good points -- i am want trying to defend newt, i am trying to present both sides of what i saw last night. number 1, he made an excellent point about activist judges. and he also made an excellent point about the keystone pipeline and how that would bring jobs and how it was utterly ridiculous that president obama threatened to not pass legislation if that were in t. so, yes, it was attack night against newt, for most of them. but also, i don't believe that the american people got enough information about how they would solve some of these problems. we know what the problems are. the people want to know more about how you would solve them. >> let me ask you that then, mr. cain, you ran in the field with these folks until very recently. now, you are no longer a candidate, but you are a voter like the rest of us. so what specifically are you looking for from these candidates that could mak
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Dec 20, 2011 2:00pm PST
president joe biden says that the taliban is not our enemy. you have to love the obama administration foreign policy. and never before seen color photos from battle of the bulge. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ the top story tonight, the interview everyone has been waiting for. bill versus bill. bill clinton and bill o'reilly. two giants amongst us mere mortals. see it tonight on the factor. stop it, greg. the first topic of presidential republican race. go ahead. all right. maybe not on that one. >> bob: now you can explain the suck up. >> eric: how do i have to explain the suck up without this comment. we're going to get it. bill o'reilly interviewing bill clinton. >> andrea: you play o'reilly. >> eric: this is fantastic. they spent 30 minutes together. >> greg: i was going down to get a diet coke because i do that. i don't like paying for it so i think it's free from the green room. it's only $1. >> dana: ruin it for the rest of us. >> greg: i look at the people glaring at me. when they are glaring at you, somebody important is in the bathroom. sure enough, all the secret serv
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Dec 31, 2011 3:00pm EST
? >> obama, everything obama. that is the most important thing to conservative americans. i don't know how you separate him from policies. obama is the problem. obama has the vision of this country that is not held by anywhere near the majority of people. you realize that barack obama ran for the office in 2008 campaigning what he has done he wouldn't have gotten 30% of the vote, if that. which is i think how liberals have to lie and mischaracterize what they want do and what they stand for. they are minority. a minority of thought but ther not perceived that way. they have the mainstream media with them. the perception is they are much larger bloc than they really are. if you had to single one thing out, it would be obamacare. that sums up everything that is disastrous, destructive about barack obama. if the healthcare bill is not repealed the country will change forever in ways that people can't imagine. it's going to be a massive loss of individual liberty and freedom. once government has control of healthcare and costs involve, they can dictate every aspect the way you live. based on s
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Dec 23, 2011 2:00pm PST
the obama retaliated with a home for holidays video, teaching apostles had to engage the ages. those silly old people. >> my dad is a character. >> my stepmother is life long republican. >> my grandmother has been so long saying oh barack obama. >> greg: poor thing. how do you change their little minds? badger them on facebook. >> start having a competition with my dad through e-mail. a link the president gave. >> skype. i post articles on the facebook wall. >> one of my dad's favorite ways to communicate with people now is through text message. >> greg: oh! but will this work? >> it didn't take long to get my dad to be on board. i felt like i was changing his mind. >> my grandma is 94. 70-plus years she has been voting republican. recently she said i think i'm going to vote for barack obama. >> greg: oh! but it's not always 100%. parents are slow. like pets. >> still a work in progress. >> being more active. volunteering. >> went from being disinterested to paying attention at debates. >> greg: the left calls this dialogue. to me, this is brainwashing. the same crud you see when offspring
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Dec 10, 2011 8:00pm PST
through. and president obama channels his inner teddy roosevelt and the campaign 2012 strategy, will it work? and a showtown looms over the payroll tax cut. can the republicans blink? >> welcome to the journal, editorial report, i'm paul gigot. with less than a month to the iowa caucuses, newt gingrich and r mitt romney battle for top. >> and we don't want government mandated health care and yet, newt gingrich supported it and mitt romney put it into law in massachusetts and worse, barack obama forced it on the entire nation. and rick perry, he'll repeal it starting day one. >> everything that gingrich railed against when he was in the house, he went the other way he when he got paid to go the or way. >> he's demonstrating himself to be washington insider. >> it's about serial hipocracy. >> so will voters give other g.o.p. candidates a second look and should they? let's ask wall street journal editor dan henninger, dorothy rabinowicz. and the solid third in iowa, could he break well in that state? >> i don't think so and i don't think he's doing that well in that state and the
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Dec 29, 2011 7:00pm PST
americans? >> obama! everything obama. that's the most important issue to conservative americans. i don't how you separate obama from his policies. obama is his policies. he's the problem. obama has a vision of this country that is not held by anywhere near the majority of people. do you realize barack obama had run for office in 2008, campaigning on what he has done, wouldn't have got 30% of the vote, if that. which is pretty much comenzerate with the way that i think liberals have to run. they have to mischaracterize who they are, what wantr they want to do. they are a minority this this country issue a minority of thought, but they are not perceived that way. they have the mainstream media with thim. the perception is that they are a much larger block than they really are. nuto single out one thing twould be obamacare. i mean, that sums up, i think everything that is disastrous, dangerous, destructive about barack obama, if that health care bill is not reformed, repealed, the country is going to change forever in ways that people cannot imagine. it's going to be a massive loss of ind
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Dec 14, 2011 9:00pm PST
to go in to be a third party candidate. >> ron paul does that, he's put anti-obama vote he will be responsible for the reelection of obama which is what he doesn't want. >> i hope myopia isn't such that he thinks other guys are like barack obama he called me rush limbaugh status. >> if you're status... >> there is a problem. >> sean: i've been called a lot of things. explain to me as you look at newt and romney, who is going take that battle? newt is winning over romney. romney winning now. and there is a new poll out today in new hampshire. romney winning in new hampshire. and who is winning in south carolina? florida? >> i think newt may well finish ahead of romney in iowa. i think it goes further, remember there is a portion of the information. let's remember what we want selection to be about. about big issues. big questions. questions for the country now. mainly what barack obama has done to this country. we could not want it to be about personality autos but it's getting personal. look. romney and newt have been going ate now back and forth. we saw it a little bit of
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Dec 29, 2011 8:00pm PST
new obama web site known as attack roll the tape. attack what is it? >> let me tell you what it is as if you came up with this web site. let's say you told the people watching you, you know, people call me a lot of bad names and a lot of these things aren't true so i'm going to set up a would he web site where you people at home can report all this nasty stuff that people say about me isn't true. if you ever tried that they would have to change the name of the show from the o'reilly factor to the owe wienie factor. >> bill: or the whining factor. to be honest though i would like to do it i would. >> bill: i wouldn't do it but i would like to do it? >> no. you would be a wienie if you did it here is why. because a president launching a re-election campaign who does something like this this doesn't exist confidence. this exudes weakness. >> bill: what about correcting the record slams and smears that aren't true? >> bill, checking -- correcting the record is fine. to get people to go to a web sight. and by the way here is what is wrong with it exactly how they phr
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Dec 31, 2011 2:00am PST
of view. how many are republican? okay. how many are democrats? how many voted for barack obama? how many voted for john mccain? a little more for mccain. here's the question i want to start. i think 2011 will be remembered as the year that america did not recover. how many of you know people that have either a., lost their job, are struggling or they have lost their home, in a tough spot. how many? >> now, the question is: who do you hold responsible for ha? >> obama, mainly. >> why? >> he's want shown the leadership we need. the over regulation has been oppressive and we don't have any new jobs being created. >> who do you feel is responsible? >> i blame all of washington. the president is the captain of the team. but if the president and congress can't get their act together to pass legislation, how can the country move forward. >> is washington broken? >> absolutely. >> yes or no? >> yes! >> regardless, you all think it's broken. who broke it? >> well, there is enough blame to go around. but the president needs to knock heads and get these folks talking to one another and stop the gr
Dec 11, 2011 7:00pm PST
in the white house cabinet room, we sat down with president obama and questioned him about his record, the economy and his leadership. >> no matter how well we're steering the ship, if the boats rocking back and forth and people are getting sick, they're being buffeted by the winds and rain, at a certain point if you ask them are you enjoying the ride right now, folks are going to say no. and are they going to say do you think the captain doing a good job. people will say a good captain would have had us in some smooth waters and sunny skies at this point. >> kroft: even among some of your supporters, strongest supporters there is a sense, a little sense of disappointment. they think you've been too cautious. that you have just -- >> as opposed to my critics who think i have been this radical socialist. >> warren buffett, america's second richest man is a household name. his son howard, not so much. and yet he's the person warren buffett wants to succeed him as chairman of berkshire hathaway, the megaholding company that buffett built. like his father, howard does not live the high li
Dec 8, 2011 12:00am PST
it with bigotry against gays. >> today has been awesome, girl. >>> bill o'reilly is cracking jokes about the obama administration's african-american outreach program. >> what does that entail? are they going to be on soul train? >> james peterson is here to let us know what bill o. was thinking. >> you know you're going to be on media matters for that one. >>> there can be no more doubt. donald trump is intent on influencing the republican presidential race and some candidates are running scared. so far, only two candidates have accepted an invitation to the controversial trump moderated debate at the end of the month. the candidates who rejected the debate felt trump's rath. today it was mitt romney's turn. >> frankly, i was surprised, because he really wants my endorsement. he wants it very badly. that doesn't affect it one way or another. he wants my announcement. he came up to trump towers. you covered it very well. i'm surprised he turned down that event. i'd say if you're down in the polls, which respectfully he's down in the polls substantially in a lot of ways, you'd want to be on a debate
Dec 28, 2011 6:30pm PST
, the early obama economic team. geithner, goolsbee, bern teen, roamer, summers. they will all be associated with a plan that led to 9% unemployment, to anemic economic growth and to a $4.4 trillion added to the national debt. the biggest losers of 2011. the best politician, pat? >> chris christie, john. he stayed out of the presidential race wisely. he is a republican who cut the budget at the same time retained his popularity. i think he did the right thing all year. >> best politician hillary clinton who is no longer seen as a politician. has won the hearts of everybody around the world. >> do you think she is presidential material? >> she is presidential material. whether she runs, i don't know. >> rich? >> hands down paul ryan. he swung his caucus around a brave and bold budget. changed the national conversation. and unlike many of his critics, he is civil, responsible and honest. >> another surprise, john. alan west who came in as a tea party favorite and who has proved to be an independent thinker, believe it or not, who out raged other tea partyers. he is a rising talent. >> what doe
Dec 11, 2011 11:00am EST
for change has come! >> the gingrich who stole the presidency. cot man the obama people the man they wanted most become the one they should fear the most? because his supporters see him in the crystal ball as the perfect person to take back the white house. the personification of public anger and demand for a radical turn from the current course. timing is everything. has newt already grabbed some of that famed obama luck? has simply being the last conservative standing given him the title shot? finally, forget everything else. was it newt gingrich's vast air time on fox and prime time debating that took him to the top, to those real-time television images that overcome the years of nasty shenanigans? hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us today, major garrett, cnn's gloria borger, nbc's kelly o'donnell and "the washington post," david ignatius. for at least three years the obama campaign team has been gaming the re-election battle against mitt romney. we'll try to spot some of the inexplicable reasons later in the show. all the polls show republican voters favor newt gingrich
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Dec 7, 2011 3:00pm PST
>> shannon: republican presidential hopefuls take aim at president obama over israel and iran. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> shannon: good evening. i'm shannon bream in for bret baier. almost all the presidential candidates were in one place today but it wasn't to debate each other. they instead targeted president obama and his middle east policy. in a speech, group of speeches to jewish republicans. chief political correspondent carl cameron shows us what they said. >> at the republican jewish coalition conference in d.c., g.o.p. presidential hopefuls accused president obama of throwing israel under the bus and appeasing itseed adversarie. >> internationally, president obama adopted an appeasement strategy. >> israel shares a commitment to the core principles of personal freedom. yet, president obama systemically unde undermines tht relationship with israel. >> there is one side of continuing pressure saying it's always israel fault no matter how bad the other side is has to stop. >> reporter: with gingrich leading the polls, romney in an interview with fox news began
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